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Titles and Airdates
  • United States 2009-04-11 Barry's Busting Out All Over
  • Japan 2008-11-06 ライバルトレーナー・ジュン登場!
  • Japan 2008-11-06 Rival Trainer Jun tōjō!
  • Japan 2008-11-06 Rival Trainer Jun Appears!
  • Germany 2009-04-30 Trainer, Trainer!
  • France Barry, un adversaire trop sûr de lui
  • Spain Benito va montando la bronca por todo
  • Sweden 2010-05-30 Barry – arg på allt och alla!
  • Italy 2009-06-29 Lo scatenato Barry!
  • Mexico 2009-05-22 ¡Barry Se La Pasa Peleando!
  • Finland Barry ottaa koville
  • Taiwan 勁敵訓練家 阿馴登場!!
  • Poland Strzeżcie się młodzi, Barry nadchodzi!
  • Netherlands Barry, de bruisende branieschopper!
  • Brazil Barry Botando pra Quebrar!
  • Israel היריב החדש - ברי
  • Czechia 2009-06-06 Bouřlivý boj s Barrym
  • Norway 2009-07-08 Barry må bite i det sure eplet!
  • Denmark 2009-07-08 Barry stormer frem over alt!
  • South Korea 자신만만 트레이너 용식!
  • Portugal 2010-12-31 O Barry Vai Multar toda a Gente!
  • Russia 2009-06-03 Барри рвется к первенству
Staff List
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Team Iguchi

Japan Screenplay 藤田伸三 (Shinzō Fujita)
Japan Storyboard 小山賢 (Masaru Koyama)
Japan Animation Director 志村泉 (Izumi Shimura)
Japan Episode Director 小山賢 (Masaru Koyama)

OP/ED List

ハイタッチ!
High Touch!
あしたはきっと
Ashita wa Kitto
Summary

English Official Summary

As Ash enters the Hearthome Gym for his Gym Challenge, he collides with a blond Trainer in a hurry! The Trainer races off down the street, leaving his badge case behind. Then Fantina emerges from the Gym and explains that she's been battling all day—the blond Trainer was her latest (unsuccessful) challenger, and her Pokémon need a break. Ash's battle will have to wait until tomorrow, so he heads to the Pokémon Center and runs into the mystery Trainer yet again. The Trainer's name is Barry and Paul is his personal idol. With taste like that, he rubs Ash and his friends the wrong way—then challenges Ash to a battle, too. But Barry left his Poké Balls in storage at a very suspicious-looking stand in the middle of town. Fantina stops by on her way to the store, and she even thinks there's something odd about this new Pokémon storage. Sure enough, it's all a Team Rocket scam! But between Fantina, Barry, and our heroes, Team Rocket doesn't stand a chance. When James hears Barry and his Empoleon even beat Gardenia, he's happy to hear that Gardenia taught Drain Punch to his Cacnea. The news makes blasting off much more bearable! With Team Rocket out of the picture, Barry and Ash can finally battle. Like Paul, Barry believes that finding strong Pokémon is the key to victory—he's not interested in bonding with his Pokémon. The true test will be his 3-on-3 battle with Ash, however. First up, Barry's Staraptor vs. Ash's Chimchar. Chimchar uses Dig to dodge Staraptor's attacks, then knocks it out. Barry's Roserade defeats Chimchar, but Gliscor goes hand-to-hand with Roserade for a double knock-out! Now Pikachu takes on Empoleon, and the bond between Ash and Pikachu helps them come back from behind to beat Empoleon with Electric-type attacks. Barry isn't impressed, but he's willing to stick around and see Ash's Gym challenge tomorrow—which means Ash can't afford to lose against Fantina!

French Official Summary

La veille du combat de Sacha contre Kiméra à l'Arène d'Unionpolis, un nouveau rival vient défier notre héro.

German Official Summary

Ashs langersehnter Rückkampf gegen Lamina in der Herzhofen-Arena steht kurz bevor, als plötzlich ein neuer Rivale auftaucht und unseren Helden herausfordert!

Italian Official Summary

Quando Ash sta entrando nella Palestra di Cuoripoli, si scontra con un Allenatore biondo che va davvero di fretta! L'Allenatore si dilegua in strada, dopo aver lasciato dietro di sé il suo contenitore delle Medaglie.

Portuguese Official Summary

Na véspera da tão aguardada revanche de Ash contra Fantina no Ginásio de Hearthome, um confiante novo rival aparece de repente para desafiar nosso herói!

Finnish Official Summary

Ashin pitkään odotetun Fantinan kanssa Hearthomen salilla käytävän uusintaottelun aattona saapuu itsevarma, uusi kilpakumppani haastamaan sankarimme!

Spanish Latin America Official Summary

En la víspera de la muy esperada revancha de Ash contra Fantina en el Gimnasio Corazonada, un nuevo y confiado rival aparece de repente para retar a nuestro héroe.

Spanish Official Summary

Cuando Ash entra en el Gimnasio Corazón para su reto en el Gimnasio, ¡se choca con un Entrenador rubio que va con prisa! El Entrenador sale corriendo a la calle y se olvida su cofre de Medallas.

English Great Britian Official Summary

As Ash enters the Hearthome Gym for his Gym Challenge, he collides with a blond Trainer in a hurry! The Trainer races off down the street, leaving his badge case behind. Then Fantina emerges from the Gym and explains that she's been battling all day—the blond Trainer was her latest (unsuccessful) challenger, and her Pokémon need a break. Ash's battle will have to wait until tomorrow, so he heads to the Pokémon Center and runs into the mystery Trainer yet again. The Trainer's name is Barry and Paul is his personal idol. With taste like that, he rubs Ash and his friends the wrong way—then challenges Ash to a battle, too. But Barry left his Poké Balls in storage at a very suspicious-looking stand in the middle of town. Fantina stops by on her way to the store, and she even thinks there's something odd about this new Pokémon storage. Sure enough, it's all a Team Rocket scam! But between Fantina, Barry, and our heroes, Team Rocket doesn't stand a chance. When James hears Barry and his Empoleon even beat Gardenia, he's happy to hear that Gardenia taught Drain Punch to his Cacnea. The news makes blasting off much more bearable! With Team Rocket out of the picture, Barry and Ash can finally battle. Like Paul, Barry believes that finding strong Pokémon is the key to victory—he's not interested in bonding with his Pokémon. The true test will be his 3-on-3 battle with Ash, however. First up, Barry's Staraptor vs. Ash's Chimchar. Chimchar uses Dig to dodge Staraptor's attacks, then knocks it out. Barry's Roserade defeats Chimchar, but Gliscor goes hand-to-hand with Roserade for a double knock-out! Now Pikachu takes on Empoleon, and the bond between Ash and Pikachu helps them come back from behind to beat Empoleon with Electric-type attacks. Barry isn't impressed, but he's willing to stick around and see Ash's Gym challenge tomorrow—which means Ash can't afford to lose against Fantina!

Russian Official Summary

Входя в спортзал города Хартхоум, где его ждет поединок, Эш сталкивается с белокурым тренером, который куда-то спешит! Тренер стремглав мчится по улице, уронив свой футляр для значков.

Dutch Official Summary

Wanneer Ash de Hearthome Gym betreedt voor zijn gymgevecht, botst hij tegen een blonde Trainer die haast heeft. De Trainer rent de straat uit en heeft zijn badgedoosje laten liggen.

Norwegian Official Summary

På kvelden for Ash sin omkamp mot Fantina ved Hearthome Gym, som han har ventet så lenge på, dukker det plutselig opp en selvsikker ny rival for å utfordre vår helt!

Swedish Official Summary

På kvällen innan Ashs efterlängtade revansch-match mot Fantina i Hearthome City-gymmet, dyker plötsligt en ny och självsäker rival upp och utmanar vår hjälte!

Danish Official Summary

Lige op til Ashes længe ventede omkamp mod Fantina i Hearthome-salen dukker en selvsikker ny rival pludselig op og udfordrer vor helt!

Characters

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  • United States Ash Ketchum
  • Japan サトシ
  • Japan Satoshi
  • Japan Satoshi
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  • United States Pikachu
  • Japan ピカチュウ
  • Japan Pikachu
  • Japan Pikachu
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  • United States Brock
  • Japan タケシ
  • Japan Takeshi
  • Japan Takeshi
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  • United States Meowth
  • Japan ニャース
  • Japan Nyarth
  • Japan Nyarth
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  • United States Jessie
  • Japan ムサシ
  • Japan Musashi
  • Japan Musashi
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  • United States James
  • Japan コジロウ
  • Japan Kojirō
  • Japan Kojiro
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  • United States Dawn
  • Japan ヒカリ
  • Japan Hikari
  • Japan Hikari
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  • United States Ash's Grotle
  • Japan サトシのハヤシガメ
  • Japan Satoshi no Hayashigame
  • Japan Satoshi's Hayashigame
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  • United States Ash's Chimchar
  • Japan サトシのヒコザル
  • Japan Satoshi no Hikozaru
  • Japan Satoshi's Hikozaru
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  • United States Ash's Gliscor
  • Japan サトシのグライオン
  • Japan Satoshi no Glion
  • Japan Satoshi's Glion
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  • United States Dawn's Piplup
  • Japan ヒカリのポッチャマ
  • Japan Hikari no Pochama
  • Japan Hikari's Pochama
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  • United States Paul
  • Japan シンジ
  • Japan Shinji
  • Japan Shinji
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  • United States Jessie's Seviper
  • Japan ムサシのハブネーク
  • Japan Musashi no Habunake
  • Japan Musashi's Habunake
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  • United States James's Carnivine
  • Japan コジロウのマスキッパ
  • Japan Kojirō no Muskippa
  • Japan Kojiro's Muskippa
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  • United States Gardenia
  • Japan ナタネ
  • Japan Natane
  • Japan Natane
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  • United States Barry
  • Japan ジュン
  • Japan Jun
  • Japan Jun
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  • United States Barry's Empoleon
  • Japan ジュンのエンペルト
  • Japan Jun no Emperte
  • Japan Jun's Emperte
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  • United States Barry's Staraptor
  • Japan ジュンのムクホーク
  • Japan Jun no Mukuhawk
  • Japan Jun's Mukuhawk
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  • United States Barry's Roserade
  • Japan ジュンのロズレイド
  • Japan Jun no Roserade
  • Japan Jun's Roserade
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  • United States Gardenia's Cacnea
  • Japan ナタネのサボネア
  • Japan Natane no Sabonea
  • Japan Natane's Sabonea
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  • United States Paul's Honchkrow
  • Japan シンジのドンカラス
  • Japan Shinji no Donkarasu
  • Japan Shinji's Donkarasu
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  • United States Fantina
  • Japan メリッサ
  • Japan Melissa
  • Japan Melissa
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  • United States Fantina's Mismagius
  • Japan メリッサのムウマージ
  • Japan Melissa no Mumage
  • Japan Melissa's Mumage
00:00

Culture Edit

The move Drain Punch got translated as "Sewer" in the Russian dub.
01:16

Paint Edit

Satoshi's Naetle is replaced in the Japanese intro "High Touch!" with his evolved Hayashigame
11:22

Eyecatch Diamond and Pearl Eyecatch

Fourth variation of the Diamond and Pearl Intro and Return Eyecatches featuring Hikari, Satoshi and Takeshi.

Japanese Music:

Time Track Notes
Japan 00:00 Feeling the Joy The group arrives at Yosuga City for the third time in their journey.
Japan 00:20 ハイタッチ!
Japanese (Trans): High Touch!
Opening Theme for Japanese Version
Japan 01:47 2006-2010(DP)-Subtitle Diamond & Pearl Title Card
Japan 02:09 Movie 3 Short - Pikachu Jumps on the Hanecco Satoshi meets Jun for the first time.
Japan 02:48 1999-2001-M24 むしとりたいかい
Japanese (Romanized): Mushitori taikai
Japanese (Trans): Bug Catching Contest
Melissa appears.
Japan 04:06 Movie 3 Short - The Pichu Bros. Jun and Satoshi stumble upon each other and an argument ensues.
Japan 05:06 Movie 3 Short - Pikachu Attacked by Yamikarasu Jun "remembers" who Hikari was in the Futaba Town Festival.
Japan 05:33 Movie 3 Short - Pesky Yamikarasu Jun offers a battle to Satoshi.
Japan 06:11 Movie 3 Short - Pikachu Hurries Back Jun peskily orders Satoshi to send out his Pokémon.
Japan 07:04 Movie 3 Short - Delvil Balances the Tires Jun runs to get his Poké Balls back.
Japan 07:47 Movie 3 Short - Pokémon Come Out Jun asks Rocket Gang (in disguise) to get his Pokémon back.
Japan 08:56 2006-2010(DP)-M17 Rocket Gang's Diamond & Pearl Motto
Japan 09:45 1997-1998-M27 激闘果てしなく~逃げろや逃げろ!
Japanese (Romanized): Nigero ya Nigero!
Japanese (Trans): Run Away, Run Away!
Satoshi sends out Glion after Rocket Gang.
Japan 10:58 Movie 4 BGM - Pokémon Hunter Wants Celebi Movie 4 BGM - Rocket Gang keep fighting.
Japan 11:22 2006-2010(DP)-Eyecatch B Eyecatch Break
Japan 11:28 2006-2010(DP)-M21 210ばんどうろ(昼)
Japanese (Romanized): 210-ban dōro (hiru)
Japanese (Trans): Route 210 (Day)
Sponsor Message
Japan 11:39 2006-2010(DP)-Eyecatch C Eyecatch Return
Japan 11:46 Movie 4 BGM - Vicious' Mecha Movie 4 BGM - Jun intervenes in the fight.
Japan 12:38 Movie 3 BGM - 虹がうまれた日 (インストルメンタル)
Japanese (Romanized): Niji ga umareta hi (Instrumental)
Japanese (Trans): The Day a Rainbow Was Born (Instrumental)
Movie 3 BGM - Kojiro tearfully asks Jun about Sabonea.
Japan 13:10 2006-2010(DP)-M17 Rocket Gang attack again with their Pokémon.
Japan 14:31 ダイアンの気持ち
Japanese (Romanized): Diane no Kimochi
Japanese (Trans): Diane's Feelings
Movie 6 BGM - Satoshi tries to convince Jun of his own training method.
Japan 15:40 2002-2005(AG)-M21 戦闘!アクア・マグマ団
Japanese (Romanized): Sentō! Aqua - Magma-dan
Japanese (Trans): Fight! Aqua/Magma Gang
Jun and Satoshi battle.
Japan 17:15 2006-2010(DP)-M23 戦闘!ジムリーダー
Japanese (Romanized): Sentō! Gym Leader
Japanese (Trans): Fight! Gym Leader
Jun sends out Roserade against Satoshi's Pikachu.
Japan 18:54 1999-2001-M17 戦闘!ライバル
Japanese (Romanized): Sentō! Rival
Japanese (Trans): Fight! Rival
Satoshi and Jun use Pikachu and Emperte, respectively, for the final showdown.
Japan 20:19 Movie 3 BGM - Lizardon to the Rescue Movie 3 BGM - Pikachu "wakes up" with Satoshi's voice to finish Emperte off.
Japan 20:49 2006-2010(DP)-M21 210ばんどうろ(昼)
Japanese (Romanized): 210-ban dōro (hiru)
Japanese (Trans): Route 210 (Day)
Satoshi wins against Jun and is ready the next day to battle Melissa for the Relic Badge.
Japan 21:54 あしたはきっと
Japanese (Romanized): Ashita wa Kitto
Japanese (Trans): Surely Tomorrow
Ending Theme for Japanese Version
Japan 23:14 ファンファーレ
Japanese (Trans): Fanfare
Movie 8 BGM - Professor Okido's Great Pokémon Examination
Japan 23:20 舞踏会
Japanese (Romanized): Butou Kai
Japanese (Trans): Ballroom Dance
Movie 8 BGM - Professor Okido asks a question about Marumine.
Japan 24:15 2006-2010(DP)-M24 新サトシのテーマ
Japanese (Romanized): Shin Satoshi no thema
Japanese (Trans): Satoshi's New Theme
Diamond & Pearl Episode 102 preview
Japan 24:44 2006-2010(DP)-M01 けんきゅうじょ(オープニング)
Japanese (Romanized): Kenkyūjo (Opening)
Japanese (Trans): Laboratory (Opening)
Sponsor Message

Music Statistics:

Number of Assigned Tracks to the Japanese Original: 31
Number of Assigned Tracks to the English Dub: 0
03 Nov 2008 09:37 PM
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Holy Cow, from the preview alone this honestly looks like the best animated episode in a long long while.

I can't remember the last time we had a close-ranged battle like this, since most battles are usually full of screen cuts and stock footage/
03 Nov 2008 10:05 PM
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Indeed, the preview looks quite good. The last few weeks have had horrible animation, looks like that's going to change in this episode.
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06 Nov 2008 11:00 AM
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Well, just watched the episode. Can't say too much about the animation, because I was streaming it. But the character design isn't so good. The battles are good, though...
I'm looking forward to watch this ep in HQ and DP102 as well. The animation/character design will be awsome on this! I'm sure of it.
07 Nov 2008 04:00 AM
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Talking about Jun, I think the anime producers have succesfully recreatead his arrogance from the game. I mean, he is a total jerk in the game and he has proven to be the same in the anime series... at least he has an Empert. It means he will not be hated by me. =)
07 Nov 2008 04:49 AM
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i really enjoyed this episode becuase i like how they designed the character Jun. I'm really surprised that he supports the way Paul trains his Pokemon I thought he would be more of a loving trainer which he is but supporting Paul, thats something i didn't expect and yes this was a great episode one of my favorites too!
07 Nov 2008 06:14 AM
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This episode was really good in almost every way. I just loved Jun and his personality, hope that he'll be a recurring rival for Satoshi (well, it seems so anyway). Can't wait for the Iwane-animated gym battle!
08 Nov 2008 12:35 PM
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I kind of got the impression that Jun doesn't really know what Paul's really like. He only mentioned having seen him in the tag battle tournament thing, not that he's met him personally - so he probably doesn't know how he treats his pokemon, and just thinks he's a great trainer from the fact that he's a strong battler.

Either way, I totally loved Jun in this episode. I was kind of worried that they wouldn't portray him as cool as he is in the games (he was always my favourite of the rivals!), but I think they made him even better. They really brought to life his impatient, hyperactive personality from the games. Loved the way he kept counting down for people to do stuff, and of course the way he kept crashing into Ash just like in the games. =) I also hope he becomes a recurring rival - to be honest I have to wonder why it took the writers this long to introduce him, because he always seemed so fitting as a fun character who'd really suit the anime, and be a nice change of pace from Paul (don't get me wrong, I think Paul is a great rival character too).

I have to agree with Habunake that the animation was really great in this episode too, especially in the battle between Jun and Ash. It was fast-paced and full of action, yet they still got in so much detail in the pokemon and their moves. Very cool.
08 Nov 2008 07:09 PM
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Okay, I've only got 10 seconds to write this review. I really enjoyed this episode. They adapted Jun's character very well in the anime. He was abrasive, energetic, rude and a completely original character design. Nine!



The animation was significantly better this week, as the previous two weeks have been quite awful. The BGM was also quite unique in this episode, and I found it hard to recognize many of the tracks, but they seemed to fit quite well with the overall tone of the episode. Eight!



It was nice to see that they followed up with Kojiro's Sabonea and that it's being used in gym battles. It shows that Rocket Gang can actually train decent Pokemon. Seven!



It looks like Jun might be going to the Sinnoh League, so with all these reoccurring characters, it should make for an amazing Sinnoh League.
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08 Nov 2008 11:39 PM
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lol nain.This ep was certainly a nice one, mucho credito to Izumi Shimura and her skills animating battles. She just needs to work a bit more on her drawing skills and it'll be awesome. Ahem... all other positive things about this ep has already been said so I don't have anything to add >_> And give me Sinnoh league now... I can hardly wait for it.. Jun, Shinji and possibly some random nice trainer a'la Kaede. It'll be zugoiiiiiiiiiiiii!
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This episode was awesome!! The animation was especially amazing, and I loved hearing so much music from the Pikachu and Pichu short. Pikachu's fight against Emperte was particuarly amazing!!